The line, which is designed by Liz Galbraith and hand block printed in a Philadelphia studio, brings a modern eye and vintage techniques to textile design.
While citing the graphics of Marimekko, the painterly qualities of The Bloomsbury Group, and William Morris textiles as inspirations, Galbraith & Paul fabrics have a fresh and elegant spirit that is all their own.
Artisans hand print all of the fabrics, on a variety of linens and velvets, using fabric paints that are permanent and light-fast. Below are examples of how Lotus and Ribbon are printed.
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In addition to the standard line, fabrics can be printed to order, so color and ground substitutions are easy to do. One can choose from among 37 patterns, 6 grounds and over 100 colors to produce a unique fabric that will work perfectly for your job. Visit Galbraith & Paul's website for more information.